The rise of macaron mania

Have you noticed that you can’t move for macarons? Those little almond cakes are everywhere. Once ignored in favour of…

A raw deal in a vegan paradise

At Notting Hill’s Nama the food comes clean, crisp and barely cooked

A virtual trip to Sicily with Antonio Carluccio

The great Italian chef has the final word on the spag bol furore

The secret to making perfect pizza at home

Forget dialling for a takeaway, here are six tips for making flawless pizza

On the hunt for good food in Guernsey

The Guernsey International Food Festival aims to put the Channel Island on the culinary map

Mackerel: an easy catch of the day

The Ethical Carnivore offers up her recipe for mackerel baked in oatmeal with gooseberry sauce

5 of Britain’s new Michelin-starred restaurants

The Ritz, Wild Rabbit and Veeraswamy have all been awarded a coveted star in the Michelin Guide 2017

The immersive theatre show that put me off my dinner

An ‘Allo ‘Allo-style dining experience comes with big clichés and tiny portions

When healthy eating was a packet of salt-and-vinegar crisps. Golden Wonder, not Walkers

I always smuggle a couple of subversive Digestive biscuits into my daughter’s school lunch box

My DIY dinner at the Ikea restaurant

The Swedish flatpack furniture giant has opened a London eatery

Shetland is the place for perfect fish and chips

The chefs at Frankie’s take fish and chips seriously. And it shows

Cafe society for Hampstead intellectuals

The Coffee Cup isn’t a restaurant. It’s a place where you can have food.

How gentrification killed the jellied eel

Jellied eels were London’s original fast food. That was, until the hipsters arrived in the East End.

The Sunday roast is dying – and the Tories are to blame

Mrs Thatcher introduced the first bill to allow for Sunday trading in 1986; then the change ultimately happened under John Major.

In defence of dinner parties

My wife prefers restaurants. She’s wrong

There like a shot: where to eat grouse on the Glorious Twelfth

A guide for anyone stuck in the capital rather than a grouse moor.

How breakfast became the brattiest meal of the day

The range of choice is turning us all into monsters.

Can I convince my father to like chicken?

He is eighty one, walks with a cane, and is a traditional sort of British gent. And he has never liked chicken.

Cake expectations: A guide to afternoon tea

It’s one of the great English contributions to civilisation, this mid-afternoon break for tea and cake.

Can an ancient Hellenic concept solve Greece’s food crisis?

Greece is looking backwards to help it move forwards.